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Membership of the Council of Catholic School Parents NSW/ACT

Membership of the State Council is comprised of parent representatives from the eleven NSW/ACT dioceses, ATSI Parent Committee and one representative for Catholic congregational schools representing parents in over 580 Catholic schools.
           
        Armidale Diocese
 

        ATSI Parents Committee

        Bathurst Diocese

        Broken Bay Diocese

        Canberra-Goulburn Diocese

        Congrgational Schools

        Lismore Diocese

        Maitland-Newcastle Diocese

         Parramatta Diocese

         Sydney Archdiocese

         Wagga Wagga Diocese

         Wollongong Diocese

         Wilcannia-Forbes Diocese

 

A diocesan parent organisation is the membership body for all systemic Catholic schools within a particular diocese. Catholic systemic schools therefore affiliate to the Council through their diocesan organisation.

Where a parent organisation does not exist, the Catholic schools in the diocese are represented by a parent nominated by the Catholic Education Office or Bishop. Congregational schools affiliate directly to the Council.

A Chairperson and Committee of the Council are elected from amongst the authorised representatives.

State Council Meetings

The State Council (11 Parent Diocesan Association Reps, one Indigenous Parent / Carer Rep and one Congregational Parent Rep) of the CCSP meets four times in each calendar year for ordinary meetings with one additional annual general meeting.  

Alternative representatives from each member body / group may also attend meetings and act for the representative in their absence but there is only one authorised representative of each member acting for that member at each meeting. The purpose for meetings is to provide a wider forum for discussing education issues and other issues that impact Catholic school families. 

CCSP Representation

The CCSP provide parent representation on all major educational committees at both state and federal level, including:

The CCSP also met regularly with the NSW Minister for Education and the the BoSTES President.